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Default Computed Column Specification


I have been trying to update the computed column specification in a table I created using ASP.net. I am trying to do this where the tables are created in ASP.net.

I have been able to do simple calculations using multiplication, division, adding and subtracting.

Now I want a column to have a 1 in for certain values and a 0 in for others.

I thought I could put in an IF statement, but this does not work.

My question is, can I use an IF statement in this part of ASP.

 If not, I will have to look into doing this another way.

 Thanks for your help in advance.


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